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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Zygem said today that it has tapped Veritas Japan to serve as the exclusive distributor of its DNA extraction kits in Japan.

The Zygem line uses a proprietary thermophilic enzyme to extract DNA from samples using a closed-tube system, a technique that the company said enables it to reduce DNA extraction time and cost, simplify workflow, and minimize errors.

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